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5/11/2005

Bake Chart for Cured Coatings

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BakeChart is said to accurately verify coating cure within specification compared to the paint supplier’s bake window.

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BakeChart is said to accurately verify coating cure within specification compared to the paint supplier’s bake window.  Create a chart quickly and easily by entering coordinates into a table or draw free hand on the software screen.  Overlay multiple charts to identify the ideal cure region for your processes. The ISO Cure function selects the high, mid and low cure schedules automatically, allowing seamless set up of the value calculation.  This function also determines the acceptable range of values for each individual process. Chart even allows you to export this data and email it to others. 

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